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Renewing Backyard Brawl one of WVU AD’s ‘top priorities’

Just last week, new Pittsburgh athletic director Scott Barnes was labeling the continuation of the in-state rivalry with Penn State “a priority.” For Barnes’ counterpart at West Virginia, the resumption of one of the most intense rivalries in college football sits at or near the top of his to-do list. In an interview with the Pittsburgh…

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Reports: Braxton Miller to remain a Buckeye

Following up on a non-story story, we have some unofficially official confirmation.  Or something. Over the last 24 hours or so, quite the ruckus was kicked up after Braxton Miller, though the Columbus Dispatch, announced that he would be revealing his “immediate plans” for his football future at some point next week.  That kicked the…

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Sooners attempt to put to rest Baker Mayfield rotator cuff rumors

It appears that, in the end, it’s much ado about nothing.  Probably. Earlier this week, a report surfaced that Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield was not a participant in 7-on-7 offseason workouts because of “an apparent shoulder injury.”  Specifically, an OU-specific Football Sickness website reported by was of “two independent sources,” “Mayfield’s absence from recent workouts is…

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Braxton Miller to reveal plans for future next week

Here we go again. Just yesterday, Urban Meyer was addressing the medical status of Braxton Miller moving forward.  Around the same time, Miller took to Twitter to give a positive update on the health of this throwing shoulder, the dinged wing that forced him to miss the entire 2014 season and opened the door for…

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The Pitts: T.J. Clemmings’ replacement out for all of 2015

Pittsburgh already knew that they would have to replace All-ACC offensive lineman T.J. Clemmings.  Now, the Panthers will have to find a replacement for the replacement. According to a school press release. Jaryd Jones-Smith will miss the entire 2015 season with a significant injury to his right knee. The offensive tackle sustained the injury during…

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Arrested Utah CB allegedly robbed man at knifepoint

And now we know (a little more) of the rest of the story. Wednesday, reports surfaced that Utah defensive back Dominique Hatfield had been arrested for investigation of aggravated robbery.  At the time, there were no details of what led to the arrest.  Now, there are, and, suffice to say, it doesn’t paint Hatfield in a…

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Akron the new home for ex-Louisville WR Michaelee Harris

With his injury-plagues time at Louisville at an end, Michaelee Harris is hoping his move to the MAC will bring him better fortune. Mark Blankenbaker of TheCrunchZone.com reported earlier this week that Harris has decided to continue his collegiate playing career for Terry Bowden at Akron.  And, because he will be a graduate transfer, the…

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Braxton, Barrett closing in on full health, Urban says

As each day passes, it appears more and more likely that, barring a setback, all three of the combatants in Ohio State’s much-discussed quarterback competition will be fully healthy for the start of summer camp a month from now. The latest update on the health of Braxton Miller and J.T. Barrett comes courtesy of the man…

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Likely starting Utah CB arrested in connection to robbery

A member of the Utah football program is the latest college player to hold the “honor” of resetting the “Days Without An Arrest” meter back to double zeroes. While details are extremely scant at the moment, the Deseret News is reporting that Dominique Hatfield has been arrested for investigation of aggravated robbery. Other than for…

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PHOTOS: Vols new Nike duds are actually quite nice and classy

One day after Phil Knight announced he will be stepping down as the chairman of Nike, the apparel giant added a new college to its expanding family.  And, unlike they have done with some other schools, they kept it classy for one of the most historical significant football programs in the country. Following up on months…

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